Network Infrastructure

The Queen’s Club


The Brief

Named after Queen Victoria and founded in 1886, the Queen’s Club in West Kensington was the world’s first multipurpose sports complex. In 1887 the first lawn tennis courts were opened and to this day still hosts the prestigious annual grass court Championships tournament.

Various improvements and refurbishments were being made to the hospitality areas in readiness for the 2016 season, which meant that there was a widespread opportunity for additional data points.

Adaptive IT's Solution

Cat6 LSOH infrastructure was installed throughout as directed to service all of the new networkable equipment being installed. Working alongside other trades as part of the refurb programme, Adaptive worked in a phased approach and brought the project in on time and budget.

You don’t automatically include historic sporting venues such as the Queen’s Club as having major requirements for IT, but we are delighted to be involved in projects like this where we can help improve the facilities and give classic arenas like this the benefit of modern technology.

Ross Alexander

Project Manager, Adaptive IT Solutions

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